Hall of The Doges

Inspired by Venice, inspiring for your guests

68 x 44
300 Guests

The design of this venue was inspired by the Doge’s Palace in Venice, built in the elaborate Venetian Gothic style. When it was completed in 1908, the Hall of The Doges was called the most opulent ballroom north of San Francisco. During the 2002 restoration, the Hall of The Doges was lifted intact by crane to become the only “flying ballroom” in the world. When the new building was erected, the ballroom was carefully placed back into the new structure as the foyer to the Grand Pennington Ballroom.

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